The world of financial services is changing.
BlackRock, the world’s biggest asset manager, is set to control close to $6tn in the coming months, judging by the company’s third-quarter results released on Thursday.
Catalan president Carles Puigdemont and other regional leaders signed a suspended declaration of independence from Spain last night, easing concerns of immediate unrest.
Today, 15 August, is an important date for the history books, as it was the day India was granted its independence from Great Britain.
Lloyds Bank, Bank of Scotland, Halifax and Tesco Bank have stopped trading in Qatari riyals amid diplomatic tensions in the Gulf.
Barclays and four former executives were charged with fraud on Tuesday over agreements struck with Qatar during the 2008 financial crisis.
It’s less than a year until the General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) comes in and it looks like the new regulations could be very costly for financial institutions (FIs).
Banks and financial services are mad for blockchain (though they have yet to decide what to actually use it for) and they’re prepared to splash out when it comes to attracting talent.
Around the world, and especially in the UK, a new breed of digital banks are entering the market, hoping to disrupt the dominance of traditional providers.
Michael Cole-Fontayn, the European chair of US bank BNY Mellon, has said that major banks are preparing plans for a worst-case Brexit scenario.
Will UK-based banks and businesses move their operations abroad? And if they do, how badly will it hit the UK economy?
The French incumbent telco Orange is set to offer a suite of familiar banking services in a mobile-first fashion.
US president Donald Trump will consider reviving a Depression-era law — the Glass-Steagall Act, he told Bloomberg.
US hiring slowed sharply in March with just 98,000 new jobs created according to data released by the Labor Department today.
Lloyd’s of London, the world’s biggest specialist insurance market, announced today a new European subsidiary located in Brussels.
It is official: financial services are considering their exit plans from London once Article 50 is invoked later this month.
Telecoms giant Vodafone has announced that it will actively recruit women on career breaks, many of whom have left their jobs to have children.
Goldman Sachs is abandoning some of its hedge fund operations in London, moving staff to New York instead.
Recent research showed that black victims of fraud are more than twice as likely to be denied a refund by their bank as white customers.
These things will have an impact on the wider world.
These three things are going to have a significant impact on the wider world.